I just wanted to say a few words about Synergy Wheel Spacers. I have had them one my jeep for about a month and a half and have had nothing but problems. They were installed correctly and they were re-torqued after about 50 or so miles... However, today my wheel came off my Jeep Tj. Luckily I was not going fast and pulling into a parking lot but it seems the spacers were faulty. Everything they gave me was stripped.
I am lucky it didn't do to much damage. My wheel wen under my fender and caught the body when it fell.I went to a shop and had them removed immediately because the other side was wobbling.
I have since contacted the company and am fighting for a refund.
Just a word of warning. Im glad I didn't take that trail trip last weekend. I would have been in serious trouble.
It looks like the lug nuts from the rotor studds felloff( you can see them in the pics). THis looks like the OP did not check them. Or torque them down enough to start. The spacer did not fail its self. If they were torqued enough and used RED loctite. They should be verhard to even remove. If you retorqued them and they did tighten the loctite seal would be gone.
Personaly I would never run spacers my self. PITA to have to remove a tire to recheck the inner lug nuts.
I've been running cheapo RC wheel spacers for 15k miles now. No problems here. To whom it may concern, over tightening your spacers can be just as detrimental as under tightening. 100ft-lbs is what I set mine to.
[QUOTE=Ripper3494;10936705]i think we should chase him around with yjs, its like being chased by zombies, slow, crippled but for some reason still scary as heck lol[/QUOTE]